It was a classic wild night for Lamar Odom this past Sunday in Los Angeles. The former Lakers star was seen partying early into the morning at Bootsy Bellows on the Sunset strip, drinking with friends to celebrate his birthday on November 6th. It wasn't long before the 6'10 star collapsed to the ground, causing a panic.
Apart from his athletic career, Odom is most well-known for marrying reality star Khloe Kardashian. The two dated for a mere month before getting married and appeared happy to the public for several years, highlighting their relationship with their own reality show, Khloe and Lamar. The two would eventually separate in 2013 due to Odom's drug and alcohol addictions, that led to adultery in their marriage.
Though Khloe and Lamar split, in 2015 Khloe ran to his side when the star was hospitalized and comatose. Khloe acted as a huge physical and emotional support for the former NBA star as he recovered. 2 months later, Odom checked into a rehab centre and they finalized their divorce.
TMZ captured this video of Odom on Sunday night as security rushes to help the fallen star. His publicist insists that, "Lamar is doing great. He was dehydrated last night and it was really hot in the club. He had an intense workout earlier yesterday and did not get enough fluids.”
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